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... flipped over. We assume this scenario was repeated several times before the truck was moved from its perch on the highway ledge.
Ah yes, for dinner we had more delicious Chinese food served family style on huge revolving lazy susan devices. Then most of our group proceeded across the street to receive a foot and shoulder message for an hour. On our way back to the Sheraton we took a detour stop at a Spanish bar with Dave Manning and Suzanne Little.
... us. Then, they take us to lunch at the local “restaurant”. The food is varied and we try a little bit of many new things such as fried fish from the river, smoked rice made in a bamboo stick, green beans and many other different dishes with somehow unfamiliar flavors. No one speaks much but we all watch the Chinese propaganda music clips on the TV, typical of a communist country. We also notice that in the ...
... accident, a young girl on a moped, seemed to have gone under a truck, I do look but you can't see much, but the medical staff there seemed quite basic, unlike our paramedics. Nobody wears a helmet in this country and the moored drivers do some crazy moves, she was moving thank goodness.
Mark asks me if I think we are more controlled than China, we have the HSE, food standards, MOT etc and China does not seen to have things like this, ...
... to cover all the shoe except the bottom centimetre of the heel.
As we walked along the Li River which ran just in front of our hotel there was lots to see. We were surprised to see the number of fish that were caught, as well as something green and long - it looked vegetable in nature but obviously a prized find. We also saw quite a few men swimming. They would have to be really strong swimmers as the river is very fast flowing. As you will gather we had more than enough ...
... China too. Normally we just talk about England which can get a little boring.
The students came with us to the bus station to see us off. Some of the girls got a little teary when we said goodbye.
It was really sad, we had had a great weekend.
Although I'm sure that if we worked there proper we would find lots to complain about, it did feel a bit like 'this is what you could have won'. The school, students and teachers were all much better than Yizhong and ...